Explain TWO ways of helping other practitioners to understand the different systems used to record information in adult social care settings.
Explain them, let them shadow you, monitor them as they use them.
Explain THREE differences between a WORKING relationship and a PERSONAL relationship.
A personal relationship is one where your personal life and extra curricular activities and social life are involved. A work relationship is another way of describing a relationship with your coworker. You spend time together at work, you work well together, but you have little or no contact outside of work. It's strictly professional.
Give TWO examples of different working relationship in an adult social care setting
The relationship between manager and care worker, the relationship between care worker and care worker, the relationship between nursing staff and care staff...........and so on.
Explain why it is important that social care workers to work in partnership with individuals using the service and their family
It is very important that you work in partnership with your colleagues and all other people. This will include carers, families, advocates, doctors, nurses, occupational therapists, other health professionals, social workers, voluntary organisations and other people. Others people may be able to provide useful information to support you in your work and you may be able to provide useful information to support them in being part of the individual’s lives. This is good partnership working. If there are communication difficulties with service users. A carer or family member can share information with you about how you can best communicate with an individual.
Identify THREE ways of working that can help improve partnership working
1) it is important to work with others as we have a common goal to protect from harm such as illness abuse or injury to ensure we are all involved in decision making to contribute to the growth and development of the whole team
2) using your skills to the best of your ability, train new staff, attend training,know your own role and responsibilitys
3) seek advice from your manager if you had issues in your working relationships. seek advice from your manager if you were unable to resolve the conflict yourself
Task D Presentation or report
Prepare a presentation or report on an issue or area of public concern related to the care profession. Your presentation or report should include:
• A description of the issue or area of public concern raised • An outline of the different points of view regarding the issue or area of public concern raised • A description of how the issue or area of public concern has affected service provision and methods of working • A description of how public opinion is affected by issues and areas of concern in either the health, social care or children’s and young people's sectors
The fallout from Panorama's programme on 31 May, Undercover Care, is being felt across social care. The BBC screened undercover footage of people with learning disabilities being choked, pushed and taunted by members of staff at Winterbourne View hospital, run by Castlebeck.
Arrests made/hospital closed
Police have arrested and bailed 11 people in relation to the case, on suspicion of ill-treatment under the Mental Capacity Act 2005, while Castlebeck has suspended two managers and 11 front line members of staff. The 24-bed hospital has now closed. The provider has apologised unreservedly for the abuse and commissioned PricewaterhouseCoopers to carry out an investigation into its services. However, in a damning report on Winterbourne View, the Care Quality Commission accused Castlebeck of "misleading" it by failing in its duty to report serious incidents to the regulator. This was followed by a damning report on Castlebeck as a whole by the CQC, which found that...
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